Promoting Talent in a Special Discipline
Equestrian stands more than any other sport for precision and partnership – values that are also important in our daily business. That’s why the Deutsche Bank Equestrian Sport Academy promotes up-and-coming exceptional dressage talents. The goal is to ensure that Germany’s young dressage riders continue to make the Olympics and embark on successful professional careers. The Deutsche Bank Equestrian Sport Academy is a further element of the over sixty-year partnership between Deutsche Bank and equestrian sport in Germany.
Deutsche Bank has supported aspiring talents each year since 2016. The scholarship holders are named by the German equestrian sport trainer and receive:
- individual training units
- access to selected tournaments in Germany and England
- advice from Deutsche Bank mentors in cooperation with the German Sports Aid Foundation (for riders who are still in training or studying)
The six participants of the Deutsche Bank Equestrian Sport Academy 2020/21
- Anna Abbelen
- Jil Marielle Becks
- Hannah Erbe
- Ann-Kathrin Lindner
- Raphael Netz
- Bianca Nowag
“With the Deutsche Bank Equestrian Sport Academy we can promote our up-and-coming dressage talents sustainably and individually. Some gather tournament experience for the first time on a major tour, while others receive targeted training or mentoring. These promotion possibilities are important for maintaining our success in dressage riding.”
German dressage team trainer
The scholarship is a cornerstone of the partnership with Deutsche Sporthilfe. With the Deutsche Bank Sports-Scholarship the bank exclusively supports up to 300 collegiate athletes each year.
Sports Scholarship Holder of the Year
Each year Deutsche Bank and Deutsche Sporthilfe award the "Sports Scholarship Holder of the Year." The prize is given for outstanding achievements in sports and studies.
Deutsche Bank Park
Since July 2020, the area around the Eintracht Frankfurt stadium has been called Deutsche Bank Park. With this exclusive engagement, we are building a bridge between competitive and mass sports.
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